I haven't researched the Lexus electrical system in detail enough to see what AMP alternator that comes from the factory, but I'm guessing an upgraded aftermarket or re-spun unit won't be necessary here?
I thought caps were more of a band-aid for an under-powered sound systems...at least that's what my father said, and he's only been a free-lance electrical engineer for 25 yrs. LOL!
I believe that your father is a great source of information but I would caution using his information without gathering all the parameters for such. Not every sitaution is the same. Not that this applies directly to this sitaution but in similar cases, I have had many customers say they have a friend whos a mechanic and told them to do such and such. It usually ended badly or I should say costly. Lesson of the day just because your friend is a mechanic doesn't mean he knows car electronics. Great base to learn it though.
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whoa, this audio setup is going to be crazy are you still considering the mobile DJ setup gig, cuz this could totally work lol
Haha...too funny! That'd be sick! Here are a couple with the woofer being test fitted and the thin piece of wood trimming surrounding the port so the air movement enters up into the cabin through the rear deck that has been cut out.
any particular reason why youre only running a set of 3 way speakers with a center channel?
Are you referring to the rears? I'm gonna run the stock 6 1/2" and 1" tweeter in the doors under deck power for now since they're just for fill. If I think I'll need more, I'll add another set of Hertz components ( 2 ways) and an amp.
Is this what you were referring to?
And these are 3 speakers per front door if that's what you were referring to. Tweeter, mid bass, and bass speakers.
Thanks Chris..Trying to se if I'll make it to the video shoot this Sat.
Originally Posted by specc00
ah yes that was what I was referring to. I thought you were just running the 3 way components with the center channel without anything in the rear.
Thanks for keeping me in check though. I kinda didn't want to spend any more $. Even though it's a few more hundred. I'll see what it sounds like. I'm having them run new speaker wire to the rears anyways since it's wide open.